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Mauricio freyre
Movimiento continuo
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 14'36'' | Pérou / Espagne | 2018
The history of an experimental housing project in Lima, conceived as an international competition, is the starting point of an exploration on the nature of transformation and hybridization in the context of the project of modernity in Perú. The unfinished housing complex designed in the late sixties gathered the architectural avant-garde of that time, incorporating notions of self-construction, metabolism and progressive growth to its architecture. Juxtaposing the briefing of the project, together with archival material of three sources, the film explores different sequences of formal procedures. Transfers, cuts and superpositions, in a sequence of permanent transformation, operate as transcriptions that explore various relations and configurations of the material, to displace a fixed point of view.
Mauricio Freyre (1976, Lima) is an artist and filmmaker, his projects revolve around structures and systems of ideas between the constructed and the projected, focusing on blind spots, dark areas, accidents and distortions, in the search of invisible narratives, metaphors, dimensions and forms of consciousness that were excluded and silenced. He is currently working on a project that studies the role of botanics, its agency within the colonial sciences, along with its role within the modern project in Peru; exploring the political and subversive dimension of the plant world in relation to a western epistemology. His films and installations have been part of different programs and exhibitions including FIC Valdivia, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, TENT Rotterdam, Unforseen Festival, Nederlands Film Festival, Film Museum Amsterdam, Fundación Telefonica.